When it comes to music, you just can’t beat Liverpool. Not only do we hold the Guinness World Record as the World Capital City of Pop, but it was in this very city that Beatlemania began. John, Paul, George and Ringo were all born in the city and went onto form one of the biggest bands of all time, The Beatles.
In celebration of their musical legacy, you can attend the annual International Beatleweek every August – and here’s why you just have to stay with Signature Living this year.
John Lennon Suite
Did you know we have a John Lennon bedroom, which is located within our Iconic Room? You can rest your head after a busy day in the city at our room that’s been inspired by the legendary singer-songwriter.
The room has four single beds, which can link together to form two queen-sized beds. The Iconic Room is the perfect accommodation for large groups, sleeping up to 18 people and offering rooms inspired by Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and Jim Morrison.
Every single room at Signature Living has been designed with comfort and style in mind. Whether you are travelling with friends, family or a partner, our aim is to ensure you have a truly relaxing stay at any one of our popular hotels.
City Centre Location
International Beatleweek will predominantly be located on Mathew Street, so you’ll only ever be a short walk away from a Signature Living hotel. Our party apartments are located just around the corner from the famous street, whilst The Shankly Hotel is just down the road on Victoria Street.
For those exploring Liverpool landmarks during International Beatleweek, we recommend a stay at 30 James Street, which once served as RMS Titanic’s port of registry and was the White Star Line’s HQ. Not only will you step inside a remarkable piece of maritime history, but you can enjoy luxury accommodation and magnificent views of the Liverpool Waterfront.
If you would like to book a stay during International Beatleweek or for another date, give Signature Living a call today on 0151 236 0166 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.